FREAKSHAKES IN HAMBURG

FOR A DRINK THAT IS SO POPULAR THIS SUMMER, freak-shakes are so incredibly hard to find! In London they’ve started popping up across a number of places, but as you travel through Europe that’s not the case 🙁 Which is such a shame as they’re so good! When I arrived in Hamburg I met up with my cousin and we caught up on what each other had been doing for the past 3 years. Unsurprisingly, freak-shakes came up in our…

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GERMANY’S BEAUTIFUL SEASIDE SUNSETS

IT’S BEEN THREE YEARS since I visited these beautiful shores. The last time I was in Strande, Kiel, I was more interested in eating cakes by the lighthouses than walking around on the beach though, so my not remembering very much about this place is to do with more than just the amount of time I spent away from them 😉 Strande is a really popular part of North Germany because not only is it the gateway to Sweden and…

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BEST TAKE-AWAY TUNA IN LONDON

I’m pretty sure close friends will laugh when they read this: me, writing a post about take-aways?! As someone who is unable to eat a lot of food groups because of intolerances, I can’t have noodles or burgers or fried chicken (the latter for ethical reasons too), so find it really hard to eat on the go if I don’t have enough time for a cafe, restaurant, or homemade food. So when Arax and I found the Fish Shop in…

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SAATCHI GALLERY’S SELFIE EXHIBITION

Who knew that you could attend an exhibition about something you do every day?! We had no idea what to expect from Saatchi’s new exhibition. As we walked through those white doors, we half-expected being greeted with the sight of tens of people taking selfies before our eyes. Instead, the first room was silent. Silent, but not empty. Wherever we walked, the eyes of selfie-takers hung up on Saatchi’s white walls followed us. Spooky. Interestingly, you’re able to ‘like’ every…

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CHELSEA’S PICTURESQUE STREETS

I am constantly hunting around for colourful hidden gems in London- remote streets nestled away behind brown and grey bricked buildings. Until not long ago, I’d known Chelsea for having almost entirely classic cottages and cute white homes, and brown ivy-coloured houses. That is- until one day, when walking to Belgravia I stumbled upon these adorable streets. As soon as I arrived home I ran into Arax’s study and I was like "I found the coolest place!! We have a…

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